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A Guide to Myopia Management: From the Science to the Clinical Application - Dr. Anita Gulmiri (2 CE)
This course will evaluate the peer-reviewed evidence on myopia and why it’s so critical to intervene to minimize the downstream ramifications. There is plenty that can be done and children with myopia don’t have the luxury of time on their side.

This activity is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from CooperVision.

In response to the need for social distancing, COPE has temporarily modified its rules to allow you to receive LIVE CE credit for courses presented in an Interactive Distance Learning (webinar) format through June of 2021. Please note that although COPE has modified its rules in this regard, individual State Boards may have different policies. We recommend contacting the State Board(s) where you are licensed for verification.

COPE ID: 72247-GO

May 20, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Anita Gulmiri, OD, FAAO
Assistant Professor of Optometry @New England College of Optometry
Dr. Anita Gulmiri is an Assistant Professor at the New England College of Optometry, an Attending Optometrist in the Contact lens Service at NECO Center for Eye Care, Instructor of Ophthalmology and the Director of Contact Lens Services at Boston University Eye Associates, Boston Medical Center. Dr. Gulmiri specializes in fitting and managing medically necessary and specialty contact lens designs for those patients suffering from irregular corneal and ocular surface disease. One of her growing passions and clinical interests has been working with the Greater Boston’s pediatric population and managing myopia progression within NECO’s Myopia Control Clinic. Dr. Gulmiri also supervises NECO’s Cornea and Contact Lens Residency Program and works with third and fourth year students in NECO’s advanced contact lens clinic.